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Michael Flatley's Irish Wedding

October 2006 -- Over the years, Michael Flatley has tapped and leapt across stages around the world, but on October 14, 2006 it was the Lord of the Dance star's heart that jumped for joy as the Celtic choreographer watched Niamh O'Brien, his love of the past year, walk down the aisle of St. Patrick's Church in Fermoy, Ireland. Two hundred and fifty guests and six bridesmaids dressed in black gowns looked on as the groom placed on her finger a gold wedding band worth over 300,000 pounds, which she now wears with her Irish gold engagement ring.

A man's home is his castle, and following the afternoon ceremony the newly pronounced husband and wife waved to the crowd of 3,000 standing outside the 19th century house of worship and made thier way to a reception at the groom's home, Castlehyde, where family and friends sampled shellfish, prawns, lobster and Irish salmon.

Jubilant jigs performed by The Chieftains echoed throughout the estate, but the pace slowed when the newlyweds took to the dance floor and swayed to the romantic standard which summed up their feelings, "Fly Me To The Moon."

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